Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online
There is more than a shade of Orwellian doom to this hurricane and earthquake season.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is getting strong support for his initiative asking citizens to take in Dominican nationals who have lost everything as a result of Hurricane Maria.
Participate, a teaching cultural exchange agency based in North Carolina, is inviting T&T teachers to apply for positions in the United States.
Champion trainer John O’Brien takes on Bigman In Town in the feature—Grade Three—Caribbean Champion Stakes over 1,800 metres tomorrow at Santa Rosa Park in Arima.
Green Days by the River, T&T filmmaker Michael Mooleedhar’s film adaptation of the Michael Anthony novel, premiered at the T&T Film Festival on September 19.
With an irresistible Caribbean twist, in adapting Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Barbadian filmmaker Shakirah Bourne has a character named Bottom played by a woman.
Last week the scrutiny challenges facing this country were fully exposed.
Two T&T filmmakers attended the eighth annual CaribbeanTales Big Pitch Breakfast at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 10.
A former acting prime minister, a Calypso queen and the doctor who diagnosed the first case of AIDS in the English-speaking Caribbean have this year been awarded the country's highest award.
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